Sprint – Warren, NJ
Responsible for writing and developing Web content for promotional pages, banner ads, and launches of new products, plans and services. Creates… Beyond.com
Sprint – Atlanta, GA
The National Account Manager is responsible for relationship management working with 4-5 large accounts, Fortune 100, (100 not 1000) Strategic… TheLadders.com
Sprint – Irving, TX
Advances the company's retail position in consumer markets. Achieves sales goals and service performance requirements through new customer sales… Percipio Media
Sprint – Minnesota
Establishes operational objectives and work plans for a small group of channel sales employees. Responsible for recruiting, hiring, training, and… Sprint
Sprint – Los Angeles, CA
include auditing sales agents in inner city, underserved areas. Candidate will need experience in training, compliance, intermediate level microsoft… Sprint
Sprint – MNTS, Ov
Under close supervision, performs entry level professional duties providing the opportunity for professional training in various capacities. Performs… Sprint
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I have been working at SprintPros
Great Pay Would recommend working here based on pay, but beware of job security issues
Good work life balance
Lots of opportunities for trainingCons
Never know if job is secure, with ongoing layoffs
Used to have 60K+ employees, now down to less than 30k, due to poor Executive Mgmt decisions during a critical time in the evolution of the wireless industry.
Health benefit packages have suffered due to changes in health care industry. Employees now paying much more for health care than just a few years ago, and not as many options.Advice to ManagementAdvice
Decide on a strategy and stick with it.
There are so many strategy changes when a new executive comes in and immediately starts changing things, then he leaves and the next one comes in and changes it back to what it was before.
The only thing that is constant is change.RecommendsNeutral OutlookDisapproves of CEO